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OXFAM

Oxford Committee for Famine Relief

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What does OXFAM mean?

Oxfam(ProperNoun)
Oxfam International, a UK-based charity.

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  • Sok Simanuth
    Sok Simanuth
    Because abbreviation normally take out the first letter of each word, but Oxfam (Oxford Committee for Famine Relief) is not like the others.
    LikeReply 18 years ago
    • Sirag Al Halfawi
      Sirag Al Halfawi
      Very well interpretation..Thanks
      LikeReply6 years ago
  • Colton Bancroft
    Colton Bancroft
    Keep doing what you are doing.
    LikeReply 19 years ago

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